Swing, also known as the “Lindy” (after Charles Lindbergh’s famous flight across the Atlantic), burst on the scene in the late 1920’s. A union of multiple styles including the Black Bottom, the Charleston, and the Jitterbug, Swing solidified its place and popularity as America braced itself for WWII, and continues to be a lively form of dance to this day. While swing depends on a lot of confidence, it’s the perfect dance for those individuals looking for a discipline in which they can inject some improvisation and personal style.

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